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Knitting Pattern November Pumpkin Sweater

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The November Pumpkin Sweater is a simple and fun raglan sweater. I was inspired by the fields of forgotten pumpkins trying to fight the November fog and fill the dreary winter days with color and joy.
Stick to my color scheme or let your creativity sparkle and let the pumpkins dance as you like!

Pattern Specifications

Skill Level

easy

Sizes

This pattern contains sizes XS up to 4XL.

Each size is written out separately in tables where necessary to make it easy to read the correct instructions for your size.

Please see garment sizes and schematic on the 2nd last photo.

Languages

English, German, French

Materials

Yarn
Sandnes Garn “Mini Alpakka” (100% pure alpaca) Fingering weight, each 50g (150m / 164yrds). Sample shown here (size S) used approx. 326g (978m /1069.5yrds) in total.
For Color numbers (I used Grey, Anthracite, Mustard) and amount per size please see last photo.

Needles

4.0 mm / US 6 circular needle (or size needed to obtain gauge), 80cm / 30” in length.
Preferred needles for small circumference knitting (circular or DPN) in size 4.0 mm / US 4 needles (or size needed to obtain gauge).

Notions

1 Stitch marker for “end-of round”
8 Stitch markers for “raglan increase section”
Waste yarn to hold sleeve stitches
Darning needle
Blocking pins
Blocking mat

Gauge
21 sts and 30 rnds per 10 cm / 4”, worked in the rnd in stockinette st, after blocking.
Changes in gauge will result in size differences and affect the amount of yarn needed to complete the project. Please take the time to check your gauge.

Techniques Used
• Long tail cast on
• Straight knitting
• Increasing
• Twisted stitch pattern
• Circular knitting
• Knitted bind off

Construction
The Sweater is worked top-down with a raglan shaping. To form a simple collar shape, the first part is knitted straight, then the work is closed in the round to finish the raglan increases. The raglan sts are worked in a simple twisted sts pattern and this pattern runs as fake seams along the sides of the body and at the underarms to the borders. After separating the body and sleeve sts, the sleeve sts are placed on waste yarn. After the body is finished the sleeves are knitted and finished in a similar way as the body.
The sweater is worn with 3-5cm / 1.2-2” positive ease.

tech edited by LaVisch

This pattern has been test knitted

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